A simple, fast way to get a delicious meal ready in minutes instead of waiting for the oven to reach temperature and then waiting 35-45 minutes more while the chops bake. The recipe is fine as written, but if you:
1. put the seasoned salt on the chops first and rub it in a bit, and,
2. use panko breadcrumbs, you'll like the result. Shake out some breadcrumbs on a plate and press the pork chops into the crumbs so they'll stick well. Turn the chops over and press some into the other side. If you have bare spots, just sprinkle a few more crumbs onto them and press them in with your fingers. Olive oil and butter 1:1 for frying. Oil should be hot (med-hi or hi burner) and just cover the bottom of the frying pan... I served these with stuffing for pork, corn off the cob and a side salad with vinaigrette dressing.
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A simple, fast way to get a delicious meal ready in minutes instead of waiting for the oven to...